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Gangsta Rap: Notorious Tupac
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March 26, 2011 - 11:30 pm
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This is one of those stories that fell through the cracks of society of whitey world. Its the story of the murders of Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. Both gangsta rappers, began as friends, ended as enemies, accused of each other's murder. Both rappers wrote songs about killing cops. To whitey, writing songs about killing cops is unacceptable, but to kids who grew up in Compton, in LA, where the cops are often worse than the criminals, cop killing makes a bit more sense.

And the ironic thing is that it was another gangsta rapper who hired these corrupt cops to kill Tupac and Biggie. And the LA police, possibly with the help of the FBI, covered up the entire thing. And the police knew who was behind the murders all the time, the man who owed these rappers millions of dollars, Suge Knight. Suge has spent most of his life in jail, his alibi act was to commit a crime on video across town at the same time as the murder of Biggie. This plan backfired, he ended up in jail for the crime. But he was later released, so he got away with it.

Here's the rub. The media has been feeding the claims that it was whitey who killed Tupac and Biggie, when they KNEW it was a black gangsta rapper who hired corrupt black cops who killed 2 other gangsta rappers who wrote songs about killing those same corrupt cops. Whitey had nothing to do with any part of these murders. But the media did not want you to know that.

Suge Knight was the owner of the record label for Tupac and Biggie, Death Row Records. A perfectly named record label if their ever was one. Hey, bumping off musicians who've outlived their usefulness is nothing knew.

I thought about putting this in the Gov & Pol Conspiracies thread. This is a political conspiracy. A conspiracy for money and power. The cops knew. The media knew. The rappers knew. The public was bamboozled.

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March 27, 2011 - 7:44 am
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4 realz yo? 😯

Never heard any details such as these concerning their murders.
You really believe it was the man behind the record industry whom
owed them money huh? How much money?

“Living backwards!” Alice repeated in great
astonishment. “I never heard of such a thing!”
“—but there’s one great advantage in it, that one’s
memory works both ways.”
— Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass

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March 28, 2011 - 3:04 am
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Death Row Records owed Tupac somewhere between 10 and 20 million dollars. They owed Biggie a similar amount. Private investigators even found witnesses who identified one of the hit men, a known felon. One cop who was investigating the murders found evidence of dirty cops. He was then told to stop investigating. The dirty cops were seen in photographs at Suge's parties.

Suge threatened Snoop Dog several times while in jail and said he was coming after him when he gets out. When he did he put up an animation on DRR's website threatening Snoop Dog. Snoop Dog fingered Suge for the murders. The whole thing is like Pulp Fiction.

To live and die in LA.

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